The announced schedule includes 28 international flights in addition to the domestic and cargo flights it operates daily for the world's capitals and cities.

In a statement on Friday, the national flag carrier said an international flight will head to Athens, Paris, Frankfurt, London, Milano, Larnaca, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Berlin, Juba, Munich, Budapest , Khartoum, Sharjah, Bahrain, New York, Dubai. It added that two flights will be operated to Abu Dhabi.

EgyptAir will also operate a single flight to Hurghada, three flights to Sharm el Sheikh in addition to an exceptional flight to each of Jeddah, Al Madinah Al Munawarah, Abuja, Baghdad and Moscow, with a total of 2,500 passengers on board.